The brother-in-law of the late MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s brother-in-law yesterday challenged President Emmerson Mnangagwa and opposition leader Nelson Chamisa to dialogue and come up with an inclusive government that will address the country’s economic challenges.
Isaac Mhundwa, brother to Tsvangirai’s wife, the late Susan, said:
My sister died in an accident on her way to celebrate the inclusive government that later stabilised the economy for the betterment of people’s lives. My niece died in an accident as well and I hope this challenges the political leaders to negotiate and come up with another inclusive government.
Mhundwa was speaking at the funeral wake of Vimbai Tsvangirai-Java, the eldest daughter of Morgan and Susan who died from injuries sustained in an accident she was involved in outside Kwekwe on May 14.
Speaking after Speaker of Parliament Jacob Mudenda was heckled by MDC supporters at the mention of President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s name, Mhundwa said:
The reason people booed Advocate Mudenda is that they are hungry. They are struggling to survive. Things are not looking good. In fact, it is frustrating. If they earn their salaries
today, tomorrow it will be nothing. Things cannot continue like that. Advocate Mudenda, can you go and tell the President that the people are not happy with the status quo.
The challenge is now on you (Mudenda and Chamisa). We would be happy to hear that people are talking at the top. People have suffered.
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